Effective & Easy exercises for FLABBY Arms

Here is my latest workout. It shows you how to  firm up flabby & jiggly arms. Perform this workout 2-3 times a week. Do it twice or combine it with my other upper body workouts targeting arms and shoulders. After a few weeks, or if the exercises feel too easy, increase the weights.Here is the breakdown:
1. BICEP CURLS – try using minimum  2 pounds weights and do 10 to 20 reps per set.
2. OVERHEAD TRICEPS EXTENSIONS – use heavier weights; and do 10 to 20 reps.
3. ARMS HALF-CIRCLES–  use medium to light weight. Great exercise for your arms. Works your biceps, deltoids and inner parts of your arms.
4. TRICEPS PUSH- BACKS/PULSES – great for your triceps. Don’t forget to twist your wrists upward. Do at least 20 reps.
5. SIDE BICEP CURLS –  use medium to heavier weights. Do 10 to 20 reps.
6. TRICEPS KICKBACKS – use medium weights; bend down slightly,  hold your chest up and back straight. Keep you shoulders steady and kick back you weights. Do 10 to 20 reps.
7. PUSH UP – do it on your knees. Keep your elbows close to your sides and point them back (not to the side). Do 10
8. INSIDE PUSH UP – point you hands toward each other and push your elbows to the side. 10 reps
9. FLOOR CHEST PRESSES – Use weights of your choice. DO 1- to 20 reps
10. TRICEPS OVERHEAD PULL-OVERS –  use medium to heavy weights. Keep your hands above your head and only bend your elbows. Try holding your elbows close to your head.

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